At first blush it might seem odd that an editorial series on making Virginia a more dynamic place to live would direct attention toward the issue of beauty. On second blush, it might not. The natural beauty that people are most drawn to usually exhibits either abundant vitality itself, or an abundance of natural resources… Read more »
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A stretch of the Virginia Capital Trail near Richmond’s Tobacco Row is about to get a whole lot greener. The Richmond Planning Commission signed off Monday on an extensive landscaping project between Dock Street and the James River and Kanawha Canal. The effort is intended to help “activate the canal by drawing people to the… Read more »